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Exfoliate safely with this this natural botanical retinol formula, for a visible glow.

Packaging: 30 ml/1 fl. oz. airless pump


Enzyme exfoliator, plus skin rejuvenating vitamin A proprietary complex. Proven superstar fruit enzymes bromelain and papain denature proteins of surface dead cells and enhance vitamin A delivery. Green tea and ubiquinone offer potent antioxidant support for skin structures, in addition to providing needed substrate for collagen production. Like a fine buffing cloth, this product exfoliates gently and in a controlled manner providing instant results for amazingly smooth, firm, soft and glowing skin.


Deionized Water, Emulsifying Wax, Lactic Acid, Polyacrylamide/C13-1 Isoparaffin/ Laureth-7, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexlglycerin, Resveratrol, Polysorbate 20, Xanthan Gum, Citrus Reticulata (Tangerine) Essential Oil, Bisabolol, Camellia Oleifera (Green Tea) Extract, Bromelain, Biosaccharide Gum-2, Retinol, Papain, Squalane, Ubiquinone,

For use by all skin types, especially photo-damaged, dry and mature skin.

Apply evenly to clean skin. Leave on for 8-10 minutes. Remove with warm water and damp cloth. Rinse 3 times in total, or until skin is smooth and not tacky. Individual reactions to enzymatic exfoliation may vary, redness may occur and should resolve shortly. Follow with your favorite dmSkincare moisturizer. Use this treatment 1-2 times per week as tolerated, or as directed by skincare professional. Should be used in evening to prevent potential reaction to sunlight. If used during the day, must be followed with mineral sunscreen to avoid possible inflammatory response to sunlight.